Bossier Police Release Names of Men Involved in Shooting at Horseshoe Casino
Bossier Police have released more information about the shooting in the parking garage at Horseshoe Casino. An arrest warrant has now been issued in the case.
Shortly before 10pm on Friday night, officers responded to the 5th level of the parking garage of the Horseshoe Casino where a shooting had occurred. When officers arrived, they found two men with gunshot wounds. 48-year-old Lewis Drew Reno of Benton was pronounced dead at the scene. 58-year-old Jimmy Earl Hall, Sr., was transported by the Bossier Fire Department to Ochsner LSU Health hospital for treatment of a gunshot wound to the head. Both men were employees at the casino.
Detectives with the Violent Crimes Unit say evidence indicates that Hall shot Reno in the upper body before turning the gun on himself. Detectives obtained a warrant for Hall’s arrest on the charge of second degree murder. Hall will be charged on the warrant upon his release from the hospital.